[solved] PSu Migration to a new computer - Where are my Favorites?

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freudenthaler
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[solved] PSu Migration to a new computer - Where are my Favorites?

Post by freudenthaler » 23 Dec 19 14:45

I successfully managed to migrate all my photos and catalogue to my new computer. I found the location of my defined profiles, batch-scripts, rename rules, watermarks and upload/SMTP-definitions. Most of this stuff is stored under

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C:\Users\XXX\AppData\Local\IDimager Systems, Inc
Also, my collections & portfolio are in their right place – these seem to be stored inside the catalogue, right?
So what is missing? My favorites!

I have plenty of queries & dynamic searches stored inside my favorites and would be happy, if I could also just copy over them instead of having to building the queries from scratch again.

Can anybody please point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance.
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Hert
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Re: PSu Migration to a new computer - Where are my Favorites?

Post by Hert » 23 Dec 19 16:25

Favorites are stored inside the database. When opening the catalog you should have your favorites.
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freudenthaler
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Re: PSu Migration to a new computer - Where are my Favorites?

Post by freudenthaler » 23 Dec 19 20:52

Hert wrote:
23 Dec 19 16:25
Favorites are stored inside the database. When opening the catalog you should have your favorites.
Strange, so why is the favorites panel empty then? It's still the same catalog, because I moved the whole SSD containing the entire catalog to the new computer & relocated the fotos...

Took the database from my recent backup and huurah: favorites are back again :D
But I still have no clue what went wrong with the current catalog?

BTW, I noticed that a backup-folder also contains all my user settings :!: That's an easy way to access all user data. Thx Hert for that.

Merry christmas and enjoy your holidays!
Robert | glass stories | Fuji X | LR Classic CC | C1 | PSU 4+5 | Win 10/64 on i9-9940X |

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